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USeRS MANUAL

www.myLevana.com

Model #: TW200

Melody 

Digital Audio Monitor

w/ Talk-to-Baby Intercom

Model #: LV-TW200

 


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We take quality very seriously. This is why all of our products come with a one year warranty from 
the original purchase date against defects in workmanship and materials. If you have warranty or 
support issues please contact us using any of the following methods:
 

Phone:

   1.866.946.7828 

LEVANA Canada 

LEVANA USA

Fax: 

1.888.771.1701 

4080 Montrose Road 

60 Industrial Parkway #Z64

Web:  

www.myLEVANA.com 

Niagara Falls, ON 

Cheektowaga NY 14227 

 

 

Canada, L2H 1J9 

USA 14305

Warranty Terms

1.  LEVANA products are guaranteed for a period of one year from the date of purchase against 

defects in workmanship and materials. This warranty is limited to the repair,  replacement or 
refund of the purchase price at LEVANA’s option. 

2.  This  warranty  becomes  void  if  the  product  shows  evidence  of  having  been  misused, 

mishandled or tampered with contrary to the applicable instruction manual. 

3.  Routine cleaning, normal cosmetic and mechanical wear and tear are not covered under the 

terms of this warranty. 

4.  The warranty expressly provided for herein is the sole warranty provided in connection with 

the product itself and no other  warranty,  expressed or implied is provided. LEVANA assumes 
no responsibilities for any other claims not specifically mentioned in this warranty. 

5.  This warranty does not cover the shipping cost, insurance or any other incidental charges. 
6.  You MUST call LEVANA before sending any product back for repair. You will be sent a Return 

Authorization form with return instructions. When returning the product for warranty service, 
please pack it carefully in the original box with all supplied accessories, and enclose your 
original receipt or copy, and a brief explanation of the problem (include RA #). 

7.  This warranty is valid only in Canada and the continental U.S.
8.  This warranty cannot be re-issued.

PRODUCT WARRANTY 

INFORMATION

Please visit our web site at www.myLEVANA.com 

for information about your product’s warranty

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PRODUCT WARRANTY INFORMATION .................................................................. 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS  ......................................................................................... 3

WHAT’S INCLUDED ............................................................................................ 4

FEATURES  ....................................................................................................... 4 

BUTTONS AND CONNECTIONS - PARENT UNIT ....................................................... 6 

BUTTONS AND CONNECTIONS - BABY UNIT ........................................................... 8

GETTING STARTED  ............................................................................................ 10 

ATTACH POWER TO THE BABY UNIT USING THE AC ADAPTER ............................. 10 

INSTALLING ALKALINE BATTERIES ................................................................ 10

INSTALLING THE RECHARGEABLE BATTERY IN THE PARENT UNIT ...................... 10

SWITCHING THE UNITS ON AND OFF  ............................................................. 10

OPERATION - PARENT UNIT ................................................................................ 11   

TURNING THE NIGHT LIGHT ON AND OFF ....................................................... 11

LULLABY SETTINGS ..................................................................................... 11   

SENSITIVITY SETTINGS ................................................................................ 11 

SOUND ALERT SETTINGS  ............................................................................. 12 

SETTING THE TEMPERATURE RANGE  ............................................................. 12   

SETTING THE TEMPERATURE ALERT AND VOLUME .......................................... 12

SETTING THE TEMPERATURE TYPE ................................................................ 13

CLOCK SETTINGS  ........................................................................................ 13 

SETTING THE FEED TIME .............................................................................. 13 

SETTING THE INTERVAL TIME ....................................................................... 13

SETTING THE FEED TIME ALARM ON OR OFF ................................................... 13

TALK TO BABY FUNCTION ............................................................................ 14 

LED FLASHLIGHT  ....................................................................................... 14  

VOLUME .................................................................................................... 14 

ENERGY SAVE SWITCH  ................................................................................ 14

OPERATION - BABY UNIT .................................................................................... 14

PARENT UNIT PAGE BUTTON  ....................................................................... 14

LULLABY SELECTION BUTTON  ...................................................................... 15

PLAYING LULLABIES  ................................................................................... 15

NIGHT LIGHT BUTTON  ................................................................................ 15

PAIRING THE DEVICES  ....................................................................................... 15

TROUBLESHOOTING  .......................................................................................... 16

SPECIFICATIONS  ............................................................................................... 17

FCC APPROVED  ................................................................................................ 18

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  ..................................................................................... 18

 


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WHAT’S INCLUDED 

FEATURES

Parent Unit

•  Recharging Base 

•  2 Power Adapters

•  User Manual

•  1 Year Warranty

•  24/7 Lifetime Live Customer 

Support

Baby Unit

FEATURES

Superior Digital Wireless Technology 

Feel free to take the monitor with you around the house and even outside! Levana’s Digital 

Technology ensures that you will always hear clearly and signals remain strong up to 2000 

feet away.

Soothe Your Child with the Talk-to-Baby Intercom 

Comfort your baby from a distance using the talk-to-baby intercom function. You can hear 

and talk to your little one with the press of a button.  

Temperature Monitoring to Ensure Safety

Did you accidently leave the baby’s room window open? Many studies indicate that your 

baby’s room should be between 61-68° F (16-20° C). You can monitor the temperature in 

your baby’s room and know that they are always safe and comfortable.

Comforting Lullabies

The baby unit is programmed with three well-known lullabies to help soothe your child 

to sleep.

Programmable Feeding Timer

Program the timer according to your baby’s feeding schedule as a reminder of 

feeding time.  

 


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FEATURES

Soothing Night light

The baby unit has a gentle night light that glows a calming tangerine. You 

can  turn  it  on  manually,  set  it  to  automatic  which  will  turn  on  whenever  your  child 

becomes restless and makes noise, or control it by remote control from another room. 

Rechargeable Monitor for Busy Parents

Simply  place  the  parent  unit  onto  the  charging  base,  and  enjoy  over  eight  hours  of 

continuous audio. The baby unit can be powered by 3 AA batteries (not included) or the 

included power adapter.

Built-in LED Flashlight

Built-in LED flashlight on parent unit to help you navigate around your child’s room in the 

dark without interrupting sleep.

Energy Saving ECO Mode

Customize  your  wireless  range  to  fit  your  monitoring  needs.    Adjust  to  ECO  mode  to 

conserve energy or LONG mode to monitor from up to 2000 ft away!

VOX

Voice  activated  technology  helps  conserve  battery  life  by  putting  the  system  into 

hibernation mode when sounds are not detected.

Out of Range Warning

An  audible  alert  will  let  you  know  if  your  unit  is  too  far  from  the  baby’s  unit  and 

connectivity has been lost.

LED Volume Levels 

Monitor your baby’s audible cries in silence.  LEDs accurately indicate the strength of your 

baby’s cries.

Battery Low Warnings

On screen display shows your current battery level and indicates battery low warning.

Integrated Belt Clip & Wall Mount

The integrated belt clip and wall mount on the parent unit is both durable and functional 

and adapts to your monitoring needs.

24/7 Lifetime Live Customer Support

Assistance is available whenever you need it. Our customer support team can be reached 

by phone 24/7, email or live web chat services so that you will always have access to 

an expert.

 


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BUTTONS AND CONNECTIONS - PARENT UNIT

 


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Front of Unit

1.  Volume Indication LEDs -  

Indicates the level of volume being 

 

 

heard in baby’s room

2.  LCD Screen -  

Displays the temperature and current settings

3.  LED Flashlight -  

A LED flashlight to help you find things in the dark

4.  Microphone -  

Speak into the microphone while holding the talk    

 

 

back button to talk to your baby

5.  Link LED -  

Solid when there is a link established with the baby unit

Back of Unit

6.  Belt Clip/Support Stand - 

Twist up for belt loop, or twist down for a support stand

7.  Battery Cover -  

Turn lock 90 degrees to lock or unlock the battery cover  

8.  Charging Points -  

Connects to charging points to recharge the battery

Charging Base

9.  AC Power Input -  

Plug the AC adapter in here

10.  Charging Indicator -  

Indicates that the parent unit is charging

Parent Unit Button Panel

11.  Menu Button -  

Press to access parent unit menu, where you can    

 

 

turn ON and OFF features and adjust settings

12.  Select Button -  

Press to select an option

13.  Talk Button -  

Press to talk back to your baby through the baby    

 

 

unit’s speaker

14.  Flashlight Button -  

Press and hold to turn on the flashlight on the  

 

 

 

parent unit

15.  Power Button -  

Press to turn unit ON or OFF

16.  Volume Down Button -  

Press to decrease the volume or move to the  

 

 

 

previous menu

17.  Volume Up Button -  

Press to increase the volume or move to the next menu

BUTTONS AND CONNECTIONS - DESCRIPTIONS

 


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BUTTONS AND CONNECTIONS - BABY UNIT

 


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BUTTONS AND CONNECTIONS - DESCRIPTIONS

Front of Unit

1.  Antenna -  

Transmits and receives signals with the 

 

 

parent unit

2.  Night Light -  

Sooth baby to sleep with a calming night light

3.  LCD Screen -  

Displays the temperature and current settings

4.  Microphone -  

Hear every sound your baby makes with the  

 

 

internal microphone

5.  Speaker -  

When you talk back to baby your voice will be  

 

 

projected through this speaker

Back of Unit

6.  Energy Save Switch -  

Reduce range when not necessary and save  

 

 

energy

7.  Belt Clip/Support Stand -  

Twist up for belt loop, or twist down for a 

 

 

support stand

8.  Battery Cover  -  

Turn lock 90 degrees to lock or unlock the

 

 

battery cover

9.  AC Power Input  -  

Plug the AC adapter in here

Baby Unit Button Panel

10.  Page Button -  

Press to call parent unit 

11.  Lullaby button -  

Press to change lullaby song

12.  Power Button -  

Press to turn unit ON or OFF

13.  Night Light Button -  

Press to turn night light ON or OFF

14.  Volume Up Button -  

Press to increase volume

15.  Play/Stop Lullaby Button - 

Press to play or stop lullabies

16.  Volume Down Button -  

Press to decrease volume

 


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GETTING STARTED

Attach Power to the Baby Unit Using the AC adapter

1.  Plug one end of the included power adapter into any available wall outlet.
2.  Plug the small end of the power adapter into the DC jack on the back of the baby monitor.

Installing Batteries

1.  Use a small flat head screwdriver to unlock the battery cover on the 

back of the baby unit, taking care not to screw past the ‘open‘ point.

2.  Remove the cover and install 3 AA batteries.
3.  Replace the battery cover and lock the compartment. 

Installing the Rechargeable Battery in the Parent Unit

1.  Use a small flat head screwdriver to unlock the battery 

cover on the back of the baby unit, taking care not to 
screw past the ‘open‘ point.

2.  Remove the cover and install the battery pack in the 

compartment, ensure it fits into the corresponding 
recess points. Follow the polarity instructions on the 
diagram to the right.

3.  Replace the battery cover and lock the compartment
4.  Plug one end of the included power adapter into any available wall outlet.
5.  Plug the small end of the power adapter into the DC jack on the back of the recharging 

base, place the parent unit in the base to charge.

Switching the Units ON and OFF

1.  Press  the  power  button 

  on  the  parent  unit,  the  LCD  screen  and  the  sound 

indication LED’s on the front of the unit will light up during start up.

2.  Press the power button   on the baby unit, the LCD screen and night light will light 

up during start up.

3.  The  parent  and  baby  units  will  automatically  pair.  If  the  units  do  not  pair 

automatically, see Pairing the Devices on page 15.

4.  To power OFF the units, press and hold the power button   on the parent and baby 

units until the LCD screen goes blank.

 


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Many of the monitor features are set and personalized through the main 
menu of the parent unit. The select button is used to select an option or menu, 
the menu button is used to exit and return to the previous menu.

Turning the Night Light On and Off

1.  Press the menu button  

 , ‘night light’ will be 

displayed. Press the select button  

to enter the 

night light menu.

2.  The menu will display your option for the night light, either to turn it On or Off, 

depending on its current status. Press the select button 

 to choose the setting. 

3.  Repeat steps 1 and 2 to turn the night light on or off again.

Lullaby Settings

There are 3 lullabies you can play on the baby unit.
1.  Press the menu button  

 ,  and then the down button 

 until ‘Lullaby’ is 

displayed, press the select button 

 to enter the menu.

2.  Press the down button 

 to scroll through your options in the lullaby section, 

either play/stop the lullaby, or scroll to ‘select new’ and press the select button 

 

to choose a particular lullaby. Your choices are Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Minuet in 
G, Londonderry, or play all.

Sensitivity Settings

1.  Press the menu button  

 ,  and then the down button 

 until ‘Sensitivity’ is 

displayed, press the select button 

 to enter the menu.

2.  Here you have the option of setting the sound sensitivity of the monitor, one bar 

being the least sensitive and 5 bars being the most sensitive.

3.  Use the down 

 and up 

buttons to set the sensitivity and press the select 

button 

 to save your preference.

OPERATION - PARENT UNIT

Note:   You can also turn the night light on or off using the night light 

button 

 on the front of the baby unit.

 


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Sound Alert Settings

When the volume on the parent unit is set to Off, the Sound Alert menu 
lets you choose to have an audible alert when noise in the baby’s room becomes loud 
enough to reach the red LED indicators.
1.  Press the menu button  

 ,  and then the down button 

until ‘Sound Alert’ is 

displayed, press the select button 

 to enter the menu.

2.  The menu will display your option for the sound alert, either to turn it On or Off, 

depending on its current status. Press select 

to adjust the setting. 

3.  To  adjust  the  volume  of  the  alert,  press  the  down  button 

  until ‘Volume’  is 

displayed and press select 

 to enter that menu.

4.  Use the up 

 and down 

 buttons to adjust the volume, and the select button 

 to save your settings.

Setting the Temperature Range

1.  Press the menu button  

 , and then the down button 

 until ‘Temperature’ 

is displayed, press the select button 

 to enter the menu.

2.  The menu will display ‘Set Range’, press select 

 to enter the set range menu. 

3.  Enter the high temperature limit first using the up 

 and down 

 buttons, 

press select 

 to save.

4.  Next, enter the low temperature limit using the up 

 and down 

 buttons, 

press select 

 to save and return to the Temperature Menu.

Setting the  Temperature Alert and Volume

1.  From  the  temperature  menu,  press  the  down  button 

  until ‘Temp  Alert’  is 

displayed, press select 

 to enter this menu.

2.  The menu will display your option for the temperature alert, either to turn it On or 

Off, depending on its current status. Press select 

 to choose the setting. 

3.  To  adjust  the  volume  of  the  alert,  press  the  down  button 

  until ‘Volume’  is 

displayed and press select 

to enter that menu.

4.  Use the up 

 and down 

 buttons to adjust 

the volume, and the select button

 to save your 

settings.

OPERATION - PARENT UNIT

 


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OPERATION - PARENT UNIT

Setting the  Temperature Type

1.  From the temperature menu, press the down button 

 until 

 

‘Degree C’ or ‘Degree F‘ is displayed.

2.  Depending  on  the  monitors  current  status,  pressing  select 

  will  change  the 

monitor to show the temperature in the format displayed.

Clock Settings

1.  Press  the  menu  button 

  ,  and  then  the  down  button 

  until ‘Clock’  is 

displayed, press the select button 

 to enter the menu.

2.  The menu will display ‘Set Time’, press select 

 to enter the proper time and date. 

3.  Use the up 

 and down 

 buttons to adjust the value, and 

select  to save, 

in this order. (Year, month, day, hour, minute)

4.  Press the down button 

 until ‘Hour Format’ is displayed. Pressing select 

 will 

change the hour format from 12 hour to 24 hour time.

Setting the Feed time

1.  Press the menu button  

 , and then the down button 

until ‘Feed Time’ is 

displayed, press the select button 

 to enter the menu.

2.  The menu will display ‘Set Time’, press select 

 to set the first feeding time. 

3.  Use the up 

 and down 

 buttons to set the time, hours and then minutes, 

press select 

 to save your settings.

Setting the Interval Time

1.  From the Feed Time menu, press the down button 

 until ‘Set Interval’ is displayed, 

press select 

 to enter this menu.

2.  Press the down 

 and up 

 buttons to set the number of interval hours and 

minutes, and then press select 

 to save your settings.

Setting the Feed Time Alarm On or Off

1.  From the Feed Time menu, press the down button 

 until ‘Alarm’ is displayed, 

press select 

to enter this menu.

2.  The menu will display your option for the Interval Alarm, either to turn it On or Off, 

depending on its current status. Press select 

 to adjust the setting. 

 


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Talk to Baby Function

1.  On the front of the parent unit, press and hold the Talk button. 
2.  Speak directly into the front of the parent unit, where a microphone is located.
3.  When you are finished talking, simply release the Talk button. 

LED Flashlight

1.  Press and hold the flashlight button 

 on the front of the parent unit, the LED light 

on the right side of the unit will light up.

2.  To turn off the LED flashlight, release the flashlight button 

.

Volume

1.  Press the up 

and down 

 buttons on the front of the parent unit to adjust the 

volume. One bar is the lowest volume setting, five bars is the highest setting.

Energy Save Switch

This monitor has two range settings, long distance and eco, which would 
use less battery power when longer distance transmission is not required.
1.  Flip the SEDS switch on the back of the baby unit up to set the system 

to long distance transmission mode.

2.  Flip  the  SEDS  switch  to  the  bottom,  to  ECO  mode  when  longer 

distance transmission is not required, or longer battery life is needed.

OPERATION - PARENT UNIT

Parent Unit Page Button

If you cannot find the parent unit and it is still powered on, you can press the page button 
on the baby unit that sounds an alarm to assist you in finding it.
1.  Press the Page button 

  on the front of the baby unit.

2.  The parent unit will sound a loud alarm. 
3.  Once you find the parent unit, you can turn off the alarm by pressing the Page button 

 on the baby unit or any button on the parent unit.

OPERATION - BABY UNIT

 


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OPERATION - BABY UNIT

Lullaby Selection Button

You can also choose and play the lullabies from the baby unit. Your choices are 
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Minuet in G, Londonderry, or Play All.
1.  Press the Lullaby button 

  on the front of the baby unit to select one of the three 

available lullabies, or the play all setting. The current setting will be displayed on the 
LCD screen.

Playing Lullabies

1.  Press the Play/Stop Lullaby button 

 on the front of the baby unit to start playing 

the chosen lullaby.

2.  Press the Play/Stop Lullaby button 

 once more to 

stop playing the lullaby.

Night Light Button

1.  Press the Night Light button 

 on the front of the baby unit to turn on the night 

light, press the button once more to turn the night light off.

PAIRING THE DEVICES

Occasionally it may be necessary to pair the devices if they do not connect automatically.

To Pair the Devices:

1.  Unplug power from the baby unit and remove the battery from the parent unit.
2.  Press and hold the On/Off button 

 of the baby unit and plug the power adapter 

in, the baby unit will start up in pair mode. Release the On/Off button 

 and the 

night light will flash for 60 seconds. 

3.  Press and hold the On/Off button 

 of the parent 

unit and install the rechargeable battery, the parent 
unit  will  start  up  with  its  two  red  LEDs  blinking. 
Release the On/Off button 

 of the parent unit.

4.  Once the two units have paired the baby unit’s night light and parent unit’s LED lights 

will stop blinking. The monitors will enter normal operation.

 


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TROUBLESHOOTING

Problem

Possible Cause

No reception or transmission 

on the parent unit

•  The unit has not been switched on

•  The AC/DC adapter has not been connected

•  The rechargeable battery pack is not installed 

properly

•  Battery power is too low. Recharge the battery, 

put it back on the charging base

•  The baby unit may not be transmitting

•  The units are not paired

No reception or transmission 

on the baby unit

•  The unit has not been switched on

•  The AC/DC adapter has not been connected

•  The volume level is at the lowest setting. Adjust 

the volume switch

•  The units are not paired

Feedback (screeching, static)

•  The  baby  unit  and  parent  unit  are  too  close 

together

•  The volume on the parent unit is set too high

Reception Interference (static)  •  The baby unit and parent unit are too far apart

•  The battery power is too low

•  Other electronic devices are interfering with the 

signal

•  The baby unit and parent unit are placed near 

too many metal objects

The rechargeable battery in the 

parent unit will not charge

•  The power adapters are not connected

•  The charging contacts are dirty

•  The parent unit is not docked properly

 


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SPECIFICATIONS

Parent Unit Specifications

Power Input ..................................................... 6V ~ 300mA
Wireless Frequency .......................................... 2.4 GHz Digital Wireless
Range............................................................... 1000ft (High Power) - 500ft (Low Power)
Battery Operable .............................................. Yes - Rechargeable Battery Included
Battery Life ...................................................... 8 Hours
Recharge Time ................................................. 4 Hours
Screen .............................................................. 1.5" Backlit LCD
Talk back .......................................................... Yes
Microphone ...................................................... Yes
VOX Activation ................................................. Yes
Lullabies ........................................................... Yes
Languages Supported ...................................... 3 - English, French, Spanish
Out of Range Warning ...................................... Yes
Temperature Display ........................................ °C or °F
Operating Temperature .................................... 15 °C to 35 °C  (59 °F to 95 °F)
Dimensions ...................................................... 4.6" x  2.5" x  2.8"
Weight ............................................................. 0.2 lbs

Baby Unit Specifications

Power Input ..................................................... 6V ~ 300mA
Wireless Frequency .......................................... 2.4 GHz Digital Wireless
Range............................................................... 1000ft (High Power) - 500ft (Low Power) 
Battery Operable .............................................. 3 AA Alkaline Batteries
Battery Life ...................................................... 4 Hours
Screen Type ...................................................... 1.5" Backlit LCD
Battery Low Alert ............................................. Yes - Optional Audible Alert
Night Light ....................................................... Yes
Operating Temperatures ................................... 15 °C to 35 °C  (59 °F to 95 °F)
Dimensions ...................................................... 5.4" x 2.4" x 4"
Weight ............................................................. 0.31 lbs

 


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FCC APPROVED

This equipment has been tested and found to comply 

with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to 

Part  15  of  the  FCC  Rules.  These  limits  are  designed  to  provide 

reasonable  protection  against  harmful  interference  in  a  residential 

installation.  This  equipment  generates,  uses  and  can  radiate  radio  frequency  energy 

and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful 

interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference 

will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference 

to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off 

and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the 

following measures:
•  Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
•  Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
•  Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the 

receiver is connected

•  Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
•  FCC Label Compliance Statement
•  This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following 

two conditions: 

(1)   This device may not cause harmful interference
(2)  This device must accept any interference received, including interference 

that may cause undesired operation

The  manufacturer  is  not  responsible  for  any  radio  or  TV  interference  caused  by 

unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user's 

authority to operate the equipment.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 

Read and Keep Instructions: 

All the safety and operating instructions should 

be read before the video baby monitor is operated.

Water and Moisture: 

This product is designed for indoor use only. The unit should not 

be exposed to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing. No objects filled with liquid should 

be place on top of, or beside the product, such as a glass or vase.  This item should not be 
used near water.

Non-Use Periods: 

Always unplug the AC adapters from the wall outlets during long 

periods of non-use.

 


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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 

Ventilation: 

This baby monitor should not be used on a bed, sofa, rug or 

similar surface that may block the ventilation openings, or be placed in an 
enclosed area, such as a bookcase or drawer that may impede air flow.

Keep Away from Sources of Heat: 

This unit should not be exposed to direct heat 

sources such as a candle, fireplace, radiator, heat register, stove or other appliance that 
emits heat. The unit should not be left in direct sunlight.

Power Source: 

This unit should only be used with the AC power adapters included in this 

package (rated 6V 800mA)

Damage Requiring Service: 

This unit should be serviced by qualified personnel only 

when:

a.  Objects have fallen or liquid has been spilled into the product

b.  The units have been exposed to rain

c.  The  units  do  not  appear  to  operate  normally  or  exhibits  a  distinct  change  in 

performance

d.  The units have been dropped or the enclosure damaged

Caution: 

This product cannot replace responsible adult supervision of a child. You should 

personally check your child’s activity at regular intervals.

STATEMENT ON REGULATION

These units are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference 

in  a  residential  installation.  This  equipment  generates,  uses  and  can  radiate  radio 

frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may 

cause  harmful  interference  to  radio  communications.  However,  there  is  no  guarantee 

that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause 

harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning 

the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one 

or more of the following measures:

•   Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna

•   Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver

•   Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the 

receiver is connected

•   Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help

Operation  with  non-approved  equipment  or  unshielded  cables  is  likely  to  result  in 

interference to radio or TV reception. The user is cautioned that changes and modifications 

made  to  the  equipment  without  the  approval  of  manufacturer  could  void  the  user’s 
authority to operate this equipment.

 


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